Once I became old enough to understand currencies, it became apparent to me that, from the point of view of the average person, a strong currency is what you want. I guess it kind of tallied with going out to England on holiday. With a stronger currency, there were more video games. With a weaker currency, I found that my luggage was noticeably lighter.
That view has changed as I have grown older. You don’t want to have a currency that is so weak that you need millions of units to buy anything bigger than a pack of crisps (just ask folks from Zimbabwe). However, there are downsides to having a really strong currency. Exports are a major point.
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